Alright, so the other night while I was skimming a George Carlin book, a certain sentence stood out and caught my eyes. "I think it would be interesting if old people got anti-Alzheimer's disease where they slowly began to recover other people's lost memories." Now, while I was laughing at this, thinking it would be amazing if that could happen, a little voice spoke up in the back of my head. I didn't ask questions, I just let them talk now, because I've learned from experience that the voices are my characters blossoming to life. This is what I got from the voice. "I am a Keeper. I don't know how I came to have this gift, and I don't know why. But there's a reason for everything, right?" From there, I usually start to either hear the squabbling of my characters bicker with the newcomers, or flashes of their story begin to play out in my head. Sometimes I even subconsciously move as if I'm playing out the scene they end up showing me. What I learned from all of this is that this girl is 28, she was in a near-fatal car accident, and lied in a coma for a couple of days. When she awoke, a nurse came in to check her. Upon touching this girl's skin, she received all of the nurses' memories. The shock scared the living daylight of the girl, who didn't understand what or why she had these memories. The story branched bigger. A corporation, called Capricorn, was involved with the government. They specialized in working, capturing, and brain-washing those with extra abilities like the girl's to work under the government. A new voice, a man named Cailean Ross, spoke up, taking the role of the head of Capricorn. But to each bad side there is a rogue side, and it wasn't long before the girl was visited by another group of those with gifts, called Oblivion. So, long story short, this girl had a normal life, normal setting, and was thrown into this new life with her gift. The government is hunting her down, forcing her to abandon her life and move with the rogues of her new 'kind'. Can anyone give me some opinions or views on this? I've got a lot brewing with this story, and if it sounds well enough, I might start putting some pieces up.